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Caseta Refugi On Talaia Vella, Mallorca
Mallorca

The refuge was built by the Archduke Louis Salvador who settled on Majorca to provide shelter to those that visited his network of pathways.

More information can be foud on Toponimiamallorca and wikipedia, as well as the Spanish topo maps.

Copyright: Andy Bryant
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Uploaded: 21/10/2012
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